Sarah first got in touch with me early during their wedding planning stage, and we got along immediately, and a huge part of that plays on Sarah’s welcoming and bubbly personality. Noah is more of a stoic type, one that stays grounded in the relationship and speaks when it’s of utmost importance. Together these two make a unique couple with an equally unique story of how they met.
The day started off blessedly sunny for a cold July winter, which we all welcomed, of course! Sarah stuns in her steal of a wedding dress, and Noah in his incredibly handsome pairing of a suit. The ceremony was held in their home church Westminister Presbyterian Church in Willetton, Western Australia. I saw first-hand how much these two love each other as Noah teared up the moment Sarah walked down the aisle.
After the deal was sealed, the pair went off to celebrate with their bridal party. And let me be the first to say that the gang was so much fun! Each of them was not only bright and joyous but also encouraging to be around. These were truly the friends you want to grow old with, and we partied until it was time to whisk off to the reception.
The reception, hosted at Fremantle Church was a beautiful time of connection as each of the guests had ample time to spend with one another, whether through talking or dancing! It was never a dull moment. Dinner was served by the amazing team over at The Spanish Casa, and boy, was everyone well-fed! Sarah and Noah then continued on the night with tearjerkingly beautiful speeches, into a dance floor, and a sparkler exit to end the night.
To Noah and Sarah:
I am very, very thankful to have crossed paths with you. Thank you for trusting me to capture the best of you both, and your special day. Praying for the best married life for you both!
A huge thanks to those who made Noah and Sarah’s day extra special!